Murphy, J; (2000) Education and Training in Medical Informatics: From Evangelicalism to Empiricism. In: (Proceedings) Making Medical Informatics Work. : Manchester.
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17-18 February 2000 Focus of the talk: to explore what we know about education and training in Medical Informatics. To take stock of where we’ve been, where we’ve gone, what needs doing. The presenter reviews the literature, identifies trends, and gaps in our knowledge. The thesis is that Education and Training is still in an Evangelical Stage. The presenter argues we need to move beyond this to a more critical, evidence-based approach.
|Title:||Education and Training in Medical Informatics: From Evangelicalism to Empiricism|
|Event:||Making Medical Informatics Work|
|Dates:||2000-02-17 - 2000-02-18|
|Additional information:||Invited speakder at the MMIW Conference|
|Keywords:||Medical Informatics, Education and Training|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care > CHIME|
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